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    .::District 9::. PRAWN PC 2010 CES mention with M-I&qu

    I will, promise

    While at the shop last night I cut some 1/8" thick mirrored acrylic sheets to encase the 5.25 bay around the canister location.



    I used the Scotch 4010 Heavy Duty Tape to adhere onto the mirrored acrylic
    http://www.mnpctech.com/scotch_4010_tape_of_the_casemod_gods.html








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    .::District 9::. PRAWN PC 2010 CES mention with M-I&qu

    8O i.....dont.....know......what.....to.....say!!!! great work as normal bill :mrgreen:

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    .::District 9::. PRAWN PC 2010 CES mention with M-I&qu

    Thanks bro!

    Here is the RUSTED GPU shroud.







    Watch E.E.L. Embiense demonstrate how to use the Sophisticated Finishes products for adding a rust effect to your Mods.


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    .::District 9::. PRAWN PC 2010 CES mention with M-I&qu

    I think Christopher left his scrap PC out in the rain a few times. To create those results, I apply the Iron Surfacer to the top panel first, then the Rust Solution after 10 mins. I repeated these steps over different locations on the exterior. The more Rust Solution you apply, the more Orange colored effect you get.











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    .::District 9::. PRAWN PC 2010 CES mention with M-I&qu

    I really dig how the GPU cand canister came out 0-0

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    .::District 9::. PRAWN PC 2010 CES mention with M-I&qu

    Cool, glad you dig it Sniper

    There will be an MNU logo painted on this optical drive. Christopher likely traded something towards it, so he could view cd rom archived files from MNU perhaps?



    More rust effects occur..

    The new 600W Cooler Master Silent PRO didn't look right in a POS computer, it was treated to "rust lovin" as well.





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    .::District 9::. PRAWN PC 2010 CES mention with M-I&qu

    that rust effect looks wicked! very orginal!

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    .::District 9::. PRAWN PC 2010 CES mention with M-I&qu

    Thanks Bro!

    Intel Core 2 Duo 3.16 GHz Processor in Intel DX48BT2 Motherboard sent from Cooler Master.



    I'm looking at this Cooler Master HYPER N620 and wondering ""What Christopher do differently with it?"

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    .::District 9::. PRAWN PC 2010 CES mention with M-I&qu

    Bill you should venture into water-cooling in some of these projects. Things like the canister really would lend themselves well to it. Come get wet!!

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    .::District 9::. PRAWN PC 2010 CES mention with M-I&qu

    Yes, I told Cooler Master that already. They want it air cooled for CES.

    I wanted to direct the cooler air entering the front of the case to the cpu cooler. The 5.25 bay covers were removed to highlight the canister movie prop we made. It dawned on me that a fan duct could be mounted to a 120mm fan by modifying a 120mm round mesh fan grill. In the past, I would mold the fan duct into the front bezel with body filler, but this method is much easier and more versatile.

    This method can be combined with 4.5" flexible tubing to isolate cool airflow. Imagine one end of the tube attached to a 120mm cooling fan in front of your case.
    The 4.5" Flexible tubing can be found at Mcmaster, http://www.mcmaster.com/#duct-hose/=4zltce or you can "try" the "Heating & Cooling" department at hardware or home improvement stores like Home Depot or Lowes.

    Supplies & Tools:
    120mm Modder's Mesh Round fan grill, http://www.mnpctech.com/120mm_Custom_FanGrill.html
    4.5" fan duct, http://www.mnpctech.com/FanDuct.html
    4, #10 x 5/8" fan screws, http://www.mnpctech.com/thumbscrew.html">#10 x 5/8" fan screws</a>
    120mm cooling fan.
    Paint pen or pencil.
    Tin snips.
    Wire cutter.

    120mm Modder's Mesh Round fan grill, http://www.mnpctech.com/120mm_Custom_FanGrill.html


    4.5" fan duct, http://www.mnpctech.com/FanDuct.html




    Using a paint pen to trace the duct onto the round mesh grill.


    a small wire cutter and Tin snips used to cut the 4.5" opening in the 120mm Modder's Mesh Round fan grill


    You'll need to use the small wire cutter first, to make the initial cut before you can use the Tin Snips to cut the 4.5" hole.


    Using Tin ship to cut the round mesh grill.


    The result of you cutting should look like this.




    120mm cooling fan. This fan has enclosed corners, you will need longer fan screws if you're mounting the fan onto something like a cpu cooler.


    4, http://www.mnpctech.com/thumbscrew.html, #10 x 5/8" fan screws</a>





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